Plan your route
The City of Whitehorse Commuter Map link has been updated shows you which roads have bike lanes or wide shoulders and where the off-road multi-use paths can take you. Use the map to plan your route. The map also has information on the rules of the road.
Record any cycling crashes, near misses, hazards or thefts on www.BikeMaps.org.
The data collected can be used to identify hotspots and plan improvements.
Keep your bike secure
Whitehorse bike lockers are free to use – you just have to supply the lock (normal padlock style). There are also many bike racks around Whitehorse – make sure that your bike frame and quick-release wheels are properly secured.
Bike and Bus
City of Whitehorse Transit can make commuting by bike easy. Every bus can carry two bikes on its front rack. During non-peak hours, you can also request permission to bring your bike on the bus.
Never taken your bike on the bus? Watch this video from Vancouver – Whitehorse has very similar bike racks. Check out the bus routes and schedules to plan your trip.
Follow the Quick ABC’s of bike maintenance to make sure your bike is ready to ride.
Other Cycling Events
Whitehorse has other “By Bike” activities in the month of June.
- Participate in the Explore by Bike – use the scavenger hunt map to discover new places in Whitehorse
Cycling Association of Yukon (CAY) is the non-profit, volunteer-run sport governing body for cycling in the Yukon. Check out the extensive list of upcoming events, programs and resources.